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Bear Bryant on Leadership
This is one of my favorite quotes - it relates to coaching but also so much more.
"If you want to coach, you have three rules to follow to win.
One, surround yourself with people who can't live without the game. I've had a lot of them.
Two, be able to recognize winners. They come in all forms.
And, three, have a plan for everything: a plan for practice, a plan for the game, a plan for being ahead, and a plan for being behind 20-0 at half, with your quarterback hurt and the phones dead, with it raining cats and dogs and no rain gear because the equipment man left it at home."
Author Archives: Allen Telgenhof
Rex Allen Bartholomew III, 28, of East Jordan was sentenced this morning in the 33rd Circuit Court to 28 months to 15 years in prison for possessing methamphetamine. Bartholomew was on parole at the time of this offense for drug … Continue reading
Justin William Hillard, 25, Boyne City, was sentenced to 38 to 120 months in prison and ordered to pay nearly $100,000 in restitution for crimes committed in Boyne Valley Township on July 16, 2018. Hillard pleaded guilty on November 30, … Continue reading
Burton David Cortez, 39, East Jordan, was sentenced to 38 to 90 months in prison on charges of malicious destruction of personal property $1,000 to $20,000 and assault with a dangerous weapon today in the 33rd Circuit Court. The offense … Continue reading
This morning in the 33rd Circuit Court, Ernest William Alex Sulkowski, Jr., 32, Boyne Falls, was sentenced to 20 to 60 months in prison on a charge of attempted assault by strangulation. The incident occurred in the City of Boyne … Continue reading
On Sept. 28, Tuitamaga Peter Namulauulu, 32, Kewadin, was sentenced to serve eleven months in jail after pleading guilty to assault with intent to commit criminal sexual conduct involving sexual penetration. The advisory sentencing guidelines called for a minimum sentencing … Continue reading
Anthony Gene Michanowicz, 29, Boyne City, pleaded no contest to careless discharge of a firearm causing death in the 33rd Circuit Court. The charge is a high court misdemeanor with a maximum penalty of two years in prison. According to … Continue reading